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Bragging to your friends about that hottie you met last weekend is always better with photographic evidence. But cell phone pics only go so far.
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World records are usually spoken of in terms of the professional athlete, with time, distance, speed and strength being the facto units of measurement. But as any Guinness ... continue reading
Sure we hit the gym, jog, and ride a single-speed as often as we can, but that doesn't mean we don't also enjoy happy hour and a few nighttime brews. If you care about your health but have no plans of throwing in the towel on drinking, there's Drinkwel. Drinkwel is the world's first daily multivitamin for people who drink. It helps replenish nutrients while supporting healthy liver function and processing alcohol induced toxins. And if it doesn't help you feel better, they'll even give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
When was the last time you memorized a cell phone number? Put a picture in a photo album? Created a real, physical invitation for a party? Thanks to Facebook, we don't have to deal with any of those inconvenient, non-technological, memory-related things anymore. In our opinion, that's change for the better. With Social ... continue reading
We turn to Google for a lot of our online needs - email, maps of backyards and at times because we're feeling lucky. Now, from the company that offers its employees free haircuts (probably not the most important thing about them) comes Music Beta. The long talked about project is ready for you to check out and, ... continue reading
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We encounter dangers on a daily basis. Some are easy to avoid - we'll pass on the money from the Prince of Nigeria - others are not. We'll assume you can handle a verbal attack from a crazy ex and an attack on your head following a ... continue reading
On an average day, how much do you really learn at work? More importantly, did you learn anything that's useful? Justin Bieber is secretly satan? Old news. The Westboro Baptist Church is unpopular? So 2010. Sharepoint is kind of a huge pain in the ass? Just kidding about that last one, we don't even know what Sharepoint ... continue reading
Now that our eggnog hangovers have worn off, it’s time to start on those New Year’s resolutions (like less eggnog hangovers). Despite proclaiming that “this year is going to be different,” chances are you’re gonna last about a month at best. But, what if you actually did stick with all the stuff you planned ... continue reading
Most people don’t even read greeting cards. They scan them like they were trying to get through The Great Gatsby. Why would you waste five bucks on a card that doesn’t even garner a reaction when you could spend the same amount on one that guarantees it? Blue Barnhouse creates simple, funny and often inappropriate ... continue reading
Are you a Gilt Man? You're off the hook for whatever you did last night, we didn't say guilty. The worst kept secret since In-N-Out's secret menu is the latest in a long list of "members-only" sale sites with one goal in mind - hook you up with the latest and greatest at a fraction of the cost.
We're not talking ... continue reading
Women know how to buy cards. They do it well, putting time and effort into finding the perfect message. When a guy buys a card, it’s a lot like a round of Pin the Tail on the Donkey. We wander around aimlessly, cross our fingers that we’re in the vicinity of a good choice, and more often than not, end up ... continue reading
Let's be honest here people, Facebook is just one big ass Internet popularity contest. Quite frankly, we have no problem with that. Judging by the amount of friends you have, you don't either. One enterprising grad student wants to connect to your Facebook friends list and print your 200 - 2000 friends in 20" x 40" ... continue reading
Digg.com. Heard of it? Of course you have. You probably also created an account two years ago and stopped using it around the same time. The old bustedness (power user domination, no real social element, irrelevance) is the new hotness (friending, feeding, publishers, etc.) and it came out better than adding Will Smith ... continue reading
Pintley sounds like the name of an English butler, but it's actually a website for people who love beer. With microbrews coming to the fore of the American palate and hitting a sort of renaissance, it can be hard to keep them all straight: remembering which ones you liked, which ones you didn't, and finding new ones ... continue reading
If you're anything like us (and the guys at The Toilet Paper) the only part of the 9-5 that's truly enjoyable (someone has to work so Christina Hendricks can get the support even Victoria can't give her) is the few minutes you get alone in the can. The problem of course is the fact that you can't get any serious business ... continue reading